Hager's Tebis system has provided flexible lighting control for the refurbished Clyde shopping centre. The bus-based system saves up to 40 per cent installation time compared with traditional wired control systems, helping minimise disruption to the general public. Tebis uses just a single twisted pair cable to control the centre, car park and external security lighting. Seperate lighting circuits, which use photocells, can be switched in response to different combinations of daylight levels and timers. Additional input devices are easily added by tapping into the central bus line using a connecting device.
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